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Prisoner from Amnesty International, 1977

Print

Offset Lithograph

28.75 x 23.75 in

73.0 x 60.3 cm

Edition of 2000

Certificate of Provenance

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    About David Hockney

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    • Good Condition, Signs of Handling and Age
      Poster designed and created by Hockney for Amnesty International in 1977. Number 56 in Brian Baggott poster catalogue. Artists for Amnesty, a series of art posters created by 15 world renowned artists to focus on Amnesty International's Prisoners of Conscience Year 1977, was exhibited between February and March of 1977 in the Washington Place windows of New York University's Grey Art Gallery.

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